Metra 40-KI21 Antenna Adapter
2011 Hyundai Accent
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This antenna adapter lets you connect an aftermarket antenna cable to the factory radio in your Hyundai. The adapter has a standard female Motorola plug on one end and a male Hyundai antenna plug on the other.
You'll also need another Hyundai adapter if you are connecting an FM modulator with your factory radio. Warranty: 60 days.
Average Customer Review(s):
For a 2011 Hyundai Accent GL (radio ready) you need this adapter for some radios. The 2011 Accent has a male Motorola plug that fits this female Motorola jack.
Compatibility: The Metra AntennaWorks Kia vehicle antenna adapter cable (40-KI21) converts the proprietary antenna connection of a 2009-up Kia factory radio to a standard motorola connection for installation of an aftermarket antenna in select 2009-up Kia vehicles.
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Recommended by the person installing the unit. [ Curtis Jan 04, 2017 ]